FFXIV: A Realm Reborn Opening Video Released, Beta Registration Begins

Posted Mon, Jan 07, 2013 by Martuk

Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) Producer/Director Naoki Yoshida hinted at January 7th being a key date for something in his missive last week. Today he kept true to his word and beta registration for A Realm Reborn is now open. Testing applications are currently being accepted for both the PC and PlayStation 3 version.

If you’ve previously signed up for beta testing, Square Enix has provided the following details.

Players who met the Legacy campaign requirements can participate in the beta test starting from phase 1 and are not required to apply. However, we ask players who wish to participate in the PlayStation 3 beta test to apply for it.

If you applied to be a PlayStation 3 beta tester for FFXIV Version 1.0 and were selected to test the Windows version instead, you need not apply again to test the PS3 version—your original application will be reconsidered when we start selecting PS3 testers. However, if you wish to be considered as a Windows PC tester, we ask that you apply specifically for that.

Square Enix also released the new opening movie trailer for A Realm Reborn. Be sure to give it a look below.

Interested in applying for the beta? Head over to the FFXIV: A Realm Reborn beta page to sign up.

Source: FFXIV Beta Registration Announcement


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